[Official] What are you playing?
Cave Story's still a 10.
Minamik last edited by Minamik
Finished Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The last fight was a bit of a pushover, but that's mostly on me for screwing around doing quests, fighting rares, and turning Tora into an invincible Nopon of war, lol.
It's kinda funny how much of the dialogue was changed during the localization though.
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I am pretty obsessed with Breath of the Wild now that I picked up the switch.
Got a little annoyed at the beginning, trying to kill a boar and having no luck...
But finally managed it, and everything fell into place for me. It's a great game, and for someone who had never really liked Zelda games, that's surprising.
Just tamed my first horse, and that might have been the moment I fell in love.
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Reached the last chapter of Danganronpa 3
Finally that god damn
KamiyaKaito is dead, god I hated his guts, honestly sad seeing his dead was so peaceful, I liked his role on the story I just couldn't stand his attitude and how he reminded me of a terrible anime
I got a Pro Controller for my Switch, which means I'm finally playing Splatoon 2. It's like visiting an old friend. Lotta new stuff that's throwing me for a trip but seeing old favorites in the map rotation made it easy to get used to it again. There's a reason the original was in my top 3 of 2015.
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I just finished Hellblade and now I'm onto Divinity: Original Sin 2. I'd played a bit of it already, but I had no idea what I was doing. After leaving it for a few weeks, I did a bit of research and started another playthrough. I'm still learning, but I'm eight hours in and really enjoying myself.
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.Ni-oh: Just finished the ice level
Xenoblade 2: heading to moa ardain after the little filler episode
Neir: onto the 3rd playthrough
Splatoon 2 just getting use to stuff in the single player also im level 4
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I finished Horizon: Zero Dawn, clocking in at 22 hours. It wasn't the best, but I'm glad I saw it through, the story definitely had some interesting points and the combat was at least serviceable. It seems to take you back before the final battle, but I have to desire to do anything else in the game's world.
Started up A Hat In Time. First thing I saw after leaving the starting room was a roomba. First instinct was to ride it around the room. Achievement pops up. Think I'm gonna like this game.
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Persona 3 FES
Either teenage me was a much better gamer or was much more patient (I guess having a ton of time helped) because I really struggled beating a random floor boss in Tartarus.
I'm still having a ton of fun with the game even if I would kill for all of the QoL improvements of later games (I've tried opening the quick travel menu too many times) and the ally AI can be infuriating (but part of the fun), it is also interesting to see how the design choices in UI and presentation show the early ideas they had for a stylized game, which maybe were not as developed or didn't have the means to fulfill until latert games.
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Okami HD PS4 : fun game with amazing art and soundtrack, but the game is too long. ( 40+ hours)
CoD WW2 : played 3 missions and i love the story and the characters.
Yooka-Laylee:i played the first zone and i like this game type of ''4th wall breaking'' humour but it's seems like a high seven.
Cleared the story mode in Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma. Hadn't played since Continuum Shift Extend, so it was fun getting back into the weird story.
Still playing A Hat in Time. Battle of the Birds is a 10.
Especially the fight with the conductor. I almost wish I didn't replay the sneaking mission (by the way I loved how there was a giant TV with a Metal Gear Solid title screen in one of the rooms and another was just straight up that area from the tanker in MGS2 where there's a hundred soldiers all lined up) to get his score higher. I wanna see what it would have been like if I fought the DJ instead.
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I usually try not to start several games at once.. but I've got a lot on my plate right now. Nioh, Prey, Doom, Nex Machina, Cuphead, Divinity 2, Hollow Knight.. I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed
Well...since it was free on PS+, I just played through Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness. It was...so so, but I guess it was decent enough for me to see it through. Not sure how happy I am with the ending I got though.
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I've gone back to Batman Arkham Asylum. It's seemed rather mad that I've got all four of the games, but only ever really touched the first one. It's just one of those series that I kept buying, but never put a new game on because I want to finish the first, first. I made it to just after Bane last time, but that was yonks ago, I was also playing on hard back then, something that I just don't really do anymore, so It's on easy this time.
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Welp, my neck decided it wanted to give me tremendous pain this past week, but I have been able to get some gaming in.
Still working on Horizon: Zero Dawn. I'm having a good time, I still really enjoy Aloy as a character, but I gotta say, they made the stealth mechanics extremely easy to exploit in this game. Wait in tall grass, lure over one enemy, stealth kill, lure in another enemy, stealth kill, continue until all threats in the area are wiped out. This is especially hilarious for human enemies that will sometimes make a comment about a dead body (or y'know, like 8 of them) near a patch of grass, but will still continue to eagerly walk inside my death trap.This doesn't work for the larger creatures luckily, but my "fear" of dying in the open world has been greatly diminished. Finished one cauldron so far which is a highlight of the game and finally reached Meridian when I stopped playing.
Even though I've seen Jones play it already, I decided to give Batman: The Telltale Series a spin, since it's free. Full disclosure, I'm not a huge fan of Telltale but I do like Batman just fine, so that leads to some thoughts that are all over the place. I won't harp on the engine too much because everyone does and it's obvious how complacent Telltale has become, but woof.. look at this example. I finished Chapter 3 last night and instead of showing me the percentage of players that went for my choices, I was treated to a black screen with some music. No big deal, I'll just exit the game, load it back up, and go to the "My Choices" section of the menu. Hmm, weird... when I go into that section, I'm treated to the menu visual of Bruce/Batman transitioning between each other, but nothing else... and I can't back out. Close the game, same thing. Check forum posts from a year ago... and people reported the exact same problem and it's just never been fixed. Considering I've done some things radically different from Jones, I was pleasantly surprised to see things did change around a bit - I mean, it's still the illusion of choice, but there do seem to be some "consequences", even if those are more aesthetic in nature.
For example, in dealing with Harvey Dent -
It just seems like he's going to fly off the handle, no matter what you do. Two-Face has gotta be Two-Face. Yet Jones went out of his way to protect and save Harv whenever he could, and I let him become burned by a spotlight... making my version of Two-Face actually look more appropriate. Characters in the world do comment on how deformed he is now and he even carries a mask around to try and hide the shame. Cool touch, although if there was a way to avoid him turning at all, that would be so much more impressive.
I'm having a good enough time but I'm certainly glad I didn't pay money for it.
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Yume Nikki is really, really good. A surrealist, horror indie adventure game made in RPGmaker from 2004. There's a new countdown for a new game or something. Some of the artwork for the new game has been gotten from that site and looks pretty horrifying. One image in particular.
But for the game itself is something else. You're just traveling through various dream worlds trying to collect "effects" which change your appearance and sometimes do other things. A lot of wandering around and looking at crazy stuff and being creeped out. No dialogue, story, objectives Just a bunch of weird visuals and creepy music. It's free on Steam and worth spending 15-20 minutes looking around at the very least.
Not sure I'm liking Deus Ex: Mankind Divided too much...it's all a bit complicated to me, and it being first person doesn't help.
Guest last edited by Guest
@Minamik It can be pretty tough knock the difficulty down you'll probably have a better time until you become accustomed to the games systems.